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- To: RMS at MIT-MC, RWK at MIT-MC, MOON at MIT-MC, (BUG LISP) at MIT-MC
- Subject: init files
- From: EAK at MIT-MC (Earl A. Killian)
- Date: Wed, 24 May 78 10:03:00 GMT
- Original-date: 24 MAY 1978 0603-EDT
If init files are going to be named <hsname>;<xuname> <name> then its
probably a loss to have <name> be something like .LISP. or .EMACS when
LISP or EMACS would be just as good. The "."s probably were to put
the file at the front of the directory; now that FN1 is the XUNAME, the
"."s serve no useful purpose and just make it difficult to have six
character program names.
RMS, is the next E going to continue getting its init files using the old
names or will you change it to the <hsname>;<xuname> EMACS scheme?